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Solar Recharge

Solar Recharge
#LODT-EN052 

Discard 1 "Lightsworn" monster. Draw 2 cards, then send the top 2 cards of your Deck to the Graveyard.

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Advanced: 4.5 

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Date Reviewed: August 14, 2017

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Baneful

Solar Recharge

Happy Solar week. A fun fact about the sun. It's actually green. Yes. Scientists have measured it and green is the most common color of light wave on the sun. However, the human eyes have an impairment in fully detecting the color green when it's alongside other colors. The human eyes have extra sensitivity to the colors blue and red, so our brains falsely perceive that the sun has an equal amount of red, blue and green light waves (making it appear white-ish).

As far as the card itself, as far as Lightsworns go, its excellent. It's very similar to Destiny Draw as a generic draw option. However, it has its own flavor in milling 2 cards. Combined with the milling in other Lightsworn support cards, it adds lots of speed, deck-thinning and graveyard power. It dumps the Lightsworns you don't need, fuels Judgment Dragon, sets the graveyard up for Lumina and it's draw power. Alongside the versatile monster effects and the also great spell card (Charge of the Light Bridge), Solar Recharge has made Lightsworns a reliable engine.


Crunch$G

Welcome to Solar Eclipse week... it might sound like a strange theme, but the US is about to have a Solar Eclipse for the first time in a long time on August 21st, so we are celebrating. This whole week is a throwback, and the first card we look back at is Solar Recharge.

Solar Recharge allows you to discard a Lightsworn monster to draw two cards and send the top two cards from your deck to the GY. Two great things for the Lightsworn deck, getting monsters in the grave for Lumina or Judgment Dragon, milling, and drawing cards. Drawing cards is always great, duh. Milling is what Lightsworns do, and getting names in the GY is very important to the deck.

This is a great draw card for Lightsworns, also with the fact that they can now use Allure of Darkness with Twilightsworns. This is a must if you are playing a Lightsworn deck.

Advanced Rating: 4.5/5


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